What Is Your Flirting Style?



  1. Tom Waits

While gravel voiced Tom Waits is overwhelmingly known as an singer and songwriter, one certainly ought not believe that those are his solitary skills. Indeed, Waits has demonstrated that he is likewise truly noteworthy with regards to his acting aptitudes.

In 1978, Waits had his large debut in the film Paradise Alley before he wedded his significant other, screenwriter Kathleen Brennan. From that point, he discovered love while he dug into another affection for his own: acting. His associations through Brennan helped him land jobs in films like playing the maniac Renfield in acclaimed director Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 creation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Throughout several years, Waits has showed up in various appearances in different motion pictures.

  1. Ice Cube

At the point when Ice Cube chose to leave the compelling rap force to be reckoned with N.W.A. — his group alongside Dr. Dre and Eazy-E — he was planning to begin a solo career. What he probably won’t have been expecting was that this move would inevitably lead him into the Hollywood spotlight.

In any case, beginning in 1991 with his acting presentation as Doughboy in the Oscar-nominated film Boyz n the Hood, Ice Cube, whose actual name is O’Shea Jackson, started a movie profession that would land him jobs in more than 40 movies. His resume currently incorporates films like 21 Jump Street, 22 Jump Street, Are We There Yet?, and Barbershop.

“I don’t know if anyone’s ever told you this”, he begins. He doesn’t blush, and his eyes don’t dart away. Instead I find myself staring into a pair of oceans – one perfect, the other blemished by that tiny ripple. “You’re very attractive.”

I’ve been complimented on my appearance before. But never in his tone of voice. Of all the things he’s said, I don’t know why this catches me off guard. But it startles me so much that without thinking I blurt out, “I could say the same about you.” I pause. “In case you didn’t know.”

A slow grin spreads across his face. “Oh, trust me. I know.”
― Marie Lu, Legend

“I turn and put my lips close to Peeta’s and drop my eyelids in imitation… “He offered me sugar and wanted to know all my secrets,” I say in my best seductive voice.”
― Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire

“All I can think about is bed.”
“We’re sharing the same thought.”
“You’re thinking about bed too?”
“I’m thinking about YOU in MY bed.”
― Becca Fitzpatrick, Finale

“Sam laughed, a funny, self-deprecating laugh. “You did read a lot. And spent too much time just inside the kitchen window, where I couldn’t see you very well.”

“And not enough time mostly naked in front of my bedroom window?” I teased.

Sam turned bright red. “That,” he said, “is so not the point of this conversation.”
― Maggie Stiefvater, Shiver

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    You meet someone you’re attracted to, who makes the first move?

    • The other person.
    • Me.
    • I wait it out for a bit. If they don’t, I will.
    • Whoever does it first.
  • Question of

    Your crush makes a joke that falls flat, do you still laugh?

    • Of course.
    • No, I don’t laugh unless it’s funny.
    • I’d probably laugh, but who knows.
    • I’d let out a nervous, embarrassed laugh.
  • Question of

    Are you more introverted or extroverted?

    • Introverted.
    • Extroverted.
    • Ambivert.
    • More extroverted, but a mix of both.
  • Question of

    How do you communicate that you’re sexually attracted to someone?

    • I tell them.
    • I try to turn them on.
    • I generally don’t unless the other person communicates it to me somehow.
    • I ask them how they feel about me.
  • Question of

    Do you rely on body language when you flirt?

    • I guess I don’t really pay attention to it.
    • Sometimes, yes.
    • Yes, of course.
    • I’m not sure.
  • Question of

    Is flirting fun for you?

    • Yes, I love flirting.
    • If I really like the person, yes.
    • It’s nothing special.
    • No, I’m not a huge fan.
  • Question of

    Do you prefer to cut to the chase and be frank about your feelings, or do you tend to tip toe around them?

    • Yes, I’m very upfront about how I feel.
    • Most of the time, but some things I prefer to keep to myself.
    • Sometimes I share my feelings, but I’m not always forth coming.
    • I’m more of a tip toer.
  • Question of

    Do you use pick up lines?

    • Heck, yes!
    • If I’m feeling confident.
    • Very rarely.
    • Nope.
  • Question of

    Is sexting a form of flirting?

    • Yes, definitely.
    • I think so.
    • I’m not sure.
    • No.
  • Question of

    How do you feel about one night stands?

    • There’s nothing wrong with them, but it isn’t my thing.
    • I’ve had my fair share, and I’ll probably have more.
    • I don’t think people should have one night stands.
    • I don’t have much of an opinion on them.
  • Question of

    Has anyone ever called you a ‘flirt?’

    • All the time.
    • A few times.
    • Once or twice.
    • No.
  • Question of

    Have you ever ‘pursued’ a crush?

    • No, I don’t do that.
    • Once or twice, but I prefer to be pursued.
    • Yes, I’d say about half of them.
    • Yes, I usually pursue people first.
  • Question of

    Which is more important when flirting?

    • Emotional connection.
    • Chemistry.
    • Physical attraction.
    • Wit.
  • Question of

    You’re having a hard time hearing your crush, what do you do?

    • Pretend like I can hear them.
    • Try to move closer.
    • Ask them to speak a little louder.
    • Ask to go somewhere quieter.
  • Question of

    How do you feel when you’re flirting?

    • Confident.
    • Awkward.
    • Relaxed.
    • Nervous.

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